in case you haven’t noticed, i moved the sidebar from the right side to the wrong side. i think that is much better and it will be the new layout! wowow! great changes! i have lots of ideas and stuff, kind of. but am too lazy and unmotivated to add it. it takes time and time is lacking. it is time to grow up, huh. mature and forget.
i am back from vacation in hawaii. went to oahu. did a lot of stuff there except for shark cage attack thing. that is too scary and it costs a lot of money. i don’t want to pay to have my arm severed. i can do that myself. for free! i saw many fish. it was amazing. i saw a fat hermit crab the size of a coconut. it was great. i bet it tastes good.
yesternight, i had a dream where i was back in high school english class, which is horrible! it’s a nightmare! and i was assigned to write a group essay about the relationship between shiina ringo and dinosaurs. i was so confused! we were doing lots of research and there was no results! maybe she played with dinosaur toys when she was little. but nothing else. what a weird dream.
there is no such thing as lonely.
waiting. all i can do is wait. it is horrible.
i am done with college.
Toilet snake attack: urban legend comes true?
Mon May 11, 4:56 pm ET
TAIPEI (Reuters) – A Taiwanese man became a sitting target for a snake, which bit his penis as sat on the toilet at his rural home, local media reported on Monday.
“As soon as he sat down, he suddenly felt a knife-like pain and reacted instinctively by standing up,” the China Times said. “When he looked down, he saw the big snake.”
The 51-year-old man, from Nantou County, was under medical care with minor injuries, a director at Puli Christian Hospital said.
“As soon as he has passed the risk of infection, he can go,” the director, who declined to be named, said. “A snake’s mouth isn’t always clean.”
Local television images showed the black and yellow reptile, reportedly a species of rat snake, being uncoiled and plucked slowly from the toilet bowl.
Snakes regularly enter rural homes in Taiwan and other sub-tropical regions of Asia.
(Reporting by Ralph Jennings; Editing by Nick Macfie and Miral Fahmy)